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We are a very friendly Junior School with strong community links. Every member of staff is committed to making sure that every pupil gets the most of their time at our school. We work hard to make sure school offers a happy and safe environment.
We believe that a good education is the right of every child and that it is important that each child gets the very best out of their time in school. Each child is an individual and as such has different strengths and interests, which should be valued and encouraged.
We are fortunate in having a very spacious building and grounds, which offer lots of opportunities for different activities including a wide range of sports.
Education is a partnership between home and school and we place a great deal of emphasis on our partnership with parents. We believe that children learn best when home and school work together for their benefit.
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I am pleased to announce that we came second in the Tesco Bags of Help competition, which has raised £10,000 for Ludlow Junior School Muddy Fingers Project. Without your support, this would not have been possible so a huge thank you to friends and family who voted for us and also a thank you to TESCO for their bags for help grant.
The main bid was for a sunshade, worth around £8,000. Miss Pryce has met with the school council and they have selected a sunshade for the quiet area. This will be constructed in spring 2017. The additional £2,000 will be used for developing the garden and buying equipment for it.
Once again, thank you for your continuing support.
The children have been busy practising for their Christmas Performances and we are sure you are looking forward to seeing our budding actors on stage. We have a number of things going on:
Year 3 Play - Prickly Hay
Monday 12th December, performances at 2.00pm and 6.30pm in the school hall (tickets required)
Year 4 Play - Lights, Camel, Action!
Tuesday 6th December, performances at 2.00pm and 6.30pm in the school hall (tickets required)
Year 5 are taking the lead in this year's Christmas Service with the performance. It will be at St Laurence's church on Tuesday 13th December at 10.00am and Year 6 will be performing some of the songs. Parents are welcome to attend and no tickets are required.
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